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15 Fun Halloween Desserts for Kids and Adults
15 Fun Halloween Desserts for Kids and Adults

15 Fun Halloween Desserts for Kids and Adults

Halloween is almost here! Is your Halloween party menu ready? You’re probably on the look-out for some tasty, spooky and fun Halloween dessert recipes. When planning for such a monstrous occasion, you’ll want to plan out your full menu, too. Check out some seasonal JELL-O recipes for the rest of the fall season, or explore other delicious Halloween dessert recipes! Halloween fans of all ages will find something to love among these 15 fun Halloween desserts. Prepare these Halloween dessert recipes and your own little monsters may even forget all about that pillowcase they just filled up with candy.

1. Great Pumpkin Cake

Great Pumpkin Cake

They say that on Halloween night, the Great Pumpkin Cake will visit whichever kitchen table is the most sincere. Make sure it’s yours, by heating up the oven and making this delicious and colorful pumpkin-shaped cake.

2. Boo Cups

Boo Cups

COOL WHIP ghosts. Maybe the best thing about Boo Cups is how easy they are to make.

3. Hootin’ Halloween Fudge

Hootin' Halloween Fudge

Before you put out the Halloween candy, be sure to grab some of your favorite fun-size candy bars to sprinkle in this fun Hootin’ Halloween Fudge! The owls will be hootin’ and the kids will be hollerin’ for this delicious white chocolate fudge.

4. Dirt Cups

Dirt Cups

These timeless treats are a hit with adults and children alike, and your kids won’t be afraid to get their hands dirty while creating these mini masterpieces. Dirt Cups come together in a pinch, making them an ideal dessert for last minute party preppers.

5. The Great JELL-O® Pumpkin Patch Dessert

Halloween Desserts

Turn JELL-O, pretzels and pudding mix into The Great Pumpkin Patch! This fun Halloween dessert is another great kid-friendly option. Let the kids help with cutting out the JELL-O!

6. One-Eyed Monster Cupcakes Recipe

One-Eyed Monster Cupcakes

Who’s looking at whom? If you don’t grab one of these One-Eyed Monster Cupcakes off the Halloween dessert table, you’ll probably have your eye on them all night.

7. Candy Corn Pinwheel Cookies

Candy Corn Pinwheel Cookies

These Candy Corn Pinwheel Cookies pack a lot of treat without any of the trick. The tantalizing colors in these cookies will draw guests to your dessert table like zombies to a human.

8. Halloween Monster Cookie Balls

Halloween Monster Cookie Balls

This video shows you how to make a super fun Halloween dessert, featuring a whole cast of characters! Even you may want your mummy when you see these Halloween Monster Cookie Balls.

9. Layered Pumpkin Brownies

Layered Pumpkin Brownies Recipe

When they’re not stealing the show as Jack-o’-Lanterns, pumpkins can play another role this Halloween – starring in these delicious brownies! Made with canned pumpkin, semi-sweet chocolate chips, and fall’s favorite flavor, pumpkin spice, these Layered Pumpkin Brownies are sure to please.

10. Wormy Brain

Wormy Brain

Start crafting this fun Halloween desserts with a JELL-O brain mold! Our Wormy Brain features strawberry flavor gelatin and creepy crawly gummy worms.

11. Ghosts in the Graveyard Recipe

Ghosts in the Graveyard

There’s nothing to fear in this graveyard; just fluffy COOL WHIP ghosts, sandwich cookie tombstones and candy pumpkins decorating a dirt cemetery made of cookie crumbs and chocolate pudding.

12. Candy Corn Marshmallow RICE KRISPIES® TREATS™

Candy Corn-Marshmallow RICE KRISPIES® TREATS™

It’s easy to turn your favorite everyday treat into a fun Halloween dessert: just add candy corn! These Candy Corn Marshmallow RICE KRISPIES® TREATS™ will turn heads and may even award you applause.

13. Pumpkin Fluff Dip

Pumpkin Fluff Dip

Watch now to find out how to make a fluffy pumpkin dip that pairs perfectly with graham crackers or fruit! You’ll want to be eating this Pumpkin Fluff Dip all season long.

14. Pumpkin-Spiced Whoopie Pies

Pumpkin-Spiced Whoopie Pies

Pumpkin-spice isn’t just for lattes anymore. These Pumpkin-Spiced Whoopie Pies take a classic recipe and reinvent it with pumpkin-spice flavored cake and a smooth ginger cream filling.

15. Caramel Apples with Coconut & Chocolate Drizzle

Caramel Apples with Coconut & Chocolate Drizzle

These aren’t your mother’s caramel apples. A generous drizzle of chocolate and a sprinkle of coconut flakes elevates these caramel apples above your average state fair’s fare.

Make the most out of the spookiest time of the year with My Food and Family. We hope you’re inspired to try new drinks, dinner and more irresistible dessert recipes for this fun holiday. Inspire your kiddos to get involved and have a happy Halloween!!

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